Lazy Acre Log Cabins
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Ok we never actually saw The Man from Snowy River, but we did see lots and lots of advertising as we drove through Orbost today. Unfortunately 'the river' was a bit shallow, but The Man from Snowy Rivulet doesn't have quite the same ring to it, does it?! We had a very slow start this morning as it was only 5 degrees inside the van when we woke, which necessitated me jumping back into bed after turning on the heater! I don't get out of bed under ...
... looked so big and juicy I couldn't wait to get them back to the caravan. Imagine my disappointment when I discovered they were sour and horrible. I spat them out quicker then I shoved them in. Yuk. Better luck next time. We cooked dinner in the caravan tonight because it was freezing outside and the wind was ferocious. Early to bed and looking forward to heading off to Buchan in the ...
... majestic Spotted Gums through which the glistening crystal clear water can be seen crashing at the very feet of the forest, kangaroos lazily lying around at your feet, Crimson Rosellas flying this way and that and possums up to no good after hours. Can you get more idyllic than that? We spent days idly playing with the kids, with Jacques learning to duck under waves, catching his first fish, losing his first tooth, Annabelle pretending to be a rock pool cleaner and building ...
... the dolphins feeding. We headed there and saw loads of pelicans and seagulls but no dolphins. Just as we were thinking of leaving we saw a small school of dolphins heading on their way back out to sea. We then drove through town and parked near the Footbridge to the ocean. We walked along the esplanade past all the shops and restaurants. Lovely holiday town. By now everyone was hungry and we settled on KFC. They have a great variety ...
... seems even more odd to us Poms, as in the middle of winter the weather was to us absolutely perfect camping conditions, we had hardly seen a cloud all week, and the days were sunny and warm.
Instead we headed off to the Errinundra national park adjacent to the Snowy Park, famous for its rain forests, preserved in all its glory as it would have been millions of years ago, in no small part thanks to Jill our next host who has been a active member of the movement ...